Best GMAT Test Prep Tutoring in Hong Kong

So you're a Hong Kong local and want to go to B-school in the USA or elsewhere. You want to become a captain of industry. That's great -- but so do a lot of other people. You know that the key word in business is "competition." That's where Manhattan Review's private tutors come in. We offer the best GMAT tutoring that you can get in Hong Kong, and our students have been accepted to institutions such as Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, the Harvard School of Business, and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, all of which have acceptance rates of 10% or lower. In other words, your application needs to be stronger than at least 9 other people. With Manhattan Review's one-on-one GMAT tutoring, your GMAT scores can stand out from the crowd!

Manhattan Review's private tutoring has also helped Hong Kong students gain admission to the business programs at the local satellite campuses of American universities. Since 2014, the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business has offered an Asia Executive MBA program in Hong Kong. The Executive MBA program at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management is given in conjunction with Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Both of these programs have fared quite well in world rankings of business schools, and they allow students to reap the benefits of an American education without leaving Hong Kong. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutors are intimately familiar with these campuses, and know what it takes to get accepted.

Manhattan Review's Hong Kong GMAT tutoring clients now work for a number of Fortune 500 companies, such as Berkshire Hathaway, Apple, General Motors, and General Electric. Many of our students have earned their MBAs and gone on to work in accounting, finance, information technology, business management, marketing, and several other fields. Others have started their own firms, and are now thriving as independent businessmen and businesswomen. Manhattan Review's private GMAT tutoring can get you on your way to living your dreams.

GMAT Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

GMAT Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
GMAT Prep Course Hong Kong - Photo of Student Deborah

Craig is a wonderful teacher. He has been so kind answering my questions through email. He really cares about his students and the subjects he is teaching. You have a real gem there.
- Deborah (This student took online GMAT courses)

Hong Kong

Phone: +852 5808 2704

Primary Course Venue:

Grand Hyatt
1 Harbour Road
Hong Kong

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Hong Kong GMAT Tutor: Jeff C.

Jeff C. is an American expat who has spent the last 10 years living in Hong Kong. He grew up in Nebraska, but headed for the Big Easy and Tulane University for undergraduate studies. He had a great time in New Orleans completing his BSM degree, but after graduation, he was ready for something new. Jeff headed to New York after his own excellent GMAT scores got him accepted to the MBA program at Columbia University. Jeff was offered a job with an international firm in Hong Kong right before he finished his MBA, which he eagerly accepted.

A few years into Jeff's time in Hong Kong, his firm hired Manhattan Review to provide on-site tutoring for employees seeking graduate degrees in the United States. Jeff would pass by these tutoring sessions every day on his way to the building's coffee shop, and he liked what he saw. Before long, he was training to become one of the GMAT tutors himself, and he has since guided countless students through the complex GMAT preparation process while maintaining his career in business. "Jeff's personal knowledge of American business training is infused with a Hong Kong sensibility," said one of his students. "He brings the best of both East and West to his tutoring." In his spare time, Jeff practices tai chi, plays ping-pong, and studies Chinese calligraphy.